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they sit down, when a george w. bush sits down as a candidate for the first time with you, do you get a feeling -- have you had feelings once in a while where you're sitting there going i think he's the one who's going to make it all the way? did you have that feeling with -- >> i don't know if i can say who's going to make it all the way. there are some i don't think they're ever going to make it. i never quite got the rick perry thing. that one -- >> you never fell for that? >> no. it didn't -- i never got that sense of gravitas, you know. >> because all the pros, all the great political analysts thought oh, when rick perry gets in there look out, here he comes. >> no, i never thought that. it was just too narrow-minded for me. whether it was on gays or women's issues or whatever it might be. you know, people like bill clinton, like hillary clinton, you realize these are great minds at work and they go and they think through their answers. and sometimes they're very good at evading it. and you get the sense, okay, they're trying to evade me, okay, we'll move on because i'm not going
today. >>> there's genuinely good news regarding our 43rd president, george w. bush is in good health and good condition tonight following heart surgery, angioplasty, the insertion of a stint into his heart to alleviate a dangerous blockage there. the former president's prognosis is reportedly good. he, of course, is it famously fit and physically active. we, of course, wish mr. bush a full and speedy recovery. we wish all the best to his family. as we got that news today about that health development for him, coincidentally one particular part of the legacy of the bush presidency loomed very large over today's news. and that story is next. helicopthierhis hibuzzing, andk engine humming. sfx: birds chirping sfx: birds chirping but, dad, you've got... [ voice of dennis ] allstate. with accident forgiveness, they guarantee your rates won't go up just because of an accident. smart kid. [ voice of dennis ] indeed. are you in good hands? time to have new experiences with a familiar keyboard. to update our status without opening an app. to have all our messages in one place. to browse... an
. this is a very hawkish wing when george w. bush a decade ago said he looked into putin's eye and saw a good soul, they didn't believe it then. >> do they miss their teddy bear? >> this is an opportunity to take it farther. >> here's more guys, jump in here john. rick santorum, jim demint, my god, jim demint, and john bolton, who can't wait to get back in power, talking about the global terrorist alert as an excuse to hit the president. they said he's being weak because he put us on watch. let's watch him. >> i think it's really a consequence of the policies of this administration. if you look at benghazi and what happened, we haven't seen anything from this administration really go after the people who were responsible or the network behind it. and i'm sure if you're looking at it from a terrorist perspective, you say, well, here's a administration that's pulling back, that's timid. >> our attempt to placate parts of the world, reset, whether it's russia or somewhere else, are clearly not working, and the perception of weakness in this administration is encouraging this kind of behavior. >> the
president george w. bush got a memo entitled bin laden determined to strike in the u.s. a month later nearly 3,000 people died in the worst terrorist attack in u.s. history. americans want their frf to be vigila vigilant. they don't want right wingers trying to score cheap political points while he's trying to keep us safe. joining me now is former democratic congressman patrick murphy. the first iraq war vet to serve in congress. and karen finney, host of "disrupt" here on msnbc. thank you both for joining me. >> thanks, rev. >> thanks, rev. >> congressman, one republican lawmaker said closing the embassies was done like a bunch of cowards. what's your reaction to that? >> well, you know, i just think it's disgraceful, to be honest with you. these are guys that are the biggest chicken hawks in the world. all they want to do is criticize, criticize, criticize. it's a knee jerk reaction. whatever president obama says, they do the opposite. now, they should stop this crap when we're talking about the national security, the safety of our diplomats. being a diplomat overseas is not an easy job.
called a liberal because i supported gay marriage and medical cannabis and i thought george w. bush's economic plan was a bad idea. turns out i wasn't liberal, i was prematurely mainstream. it is hard to imagine no social security, no medicare or medicaid. no civil rights act. no labor rights, no g.i. bill. all of the ideas were considered insanely radical before they were considered liberal then mainstream. but the status quo has been smearing the word "liberal" for dates that liberals are big spending, flag-burning america-hating tax junkies who only want to create child pornography and get you hooked on well ware fare because we think being poor is awesome while smoking crack. dude that, is not fair. all liberals are preachy but liberals are anti-pollution and exploitation of labor, anti-miss ongy and bigotry, pro freedom of the press and pro freedom of religion, pro private property and generally have better taste in music. it is true. liberal is not synonymous with democrat. when i meet someone who only knows of the fox bubble definition of liberal, i tell them the word comes f
follow george w. bush. sometimes the refusal to take a bold principled stand turns out to be the riskiest course of all. the president himself said we're getting hit from both sides, both supporters of morsi and supporters of the military coup, whatever we want to call it. and that there is -- being stuck in the middle does not seem to be serving us particularly well. >> i think there's a tendency to assume that the united states is the wizard behind the curtain that has the ability to control everything with just a few buttons here and there and a little bit of aid pulled here and more aid put there. i just don't think that is the case. i just don't think that's real. i think that we are in a bind in terms of what type of leverage we have here and obviously the overriding principle has been to allow some sort of democratic process to flourish but you don't get that when you have a quasi coup or when you have -- whatever the brotherhood is doing with respect to attacking christians there -- though these reports are unconfirmed. what are we supposed to do? we're not going to send troops th
very hard. although, george bush tried it a little before backing away, on political and economic reforms that would allow egypt to grow as a country, have a more liberal political system. in the name of stability, we really sort of turned a blind eye to a lot of repression and economic backwardization. now, you know, one school of thought is it's all coming home to roost. it's kind of too late for us to do anything about it. we just have to watch the chaos unfold and sort itself out, unfortunately. >> michael crowley, "time" magazine. always appreciate your insight. >> thank you. >>> back here, congressional lawmakers are vowing more oversight amid a new report that the nsa routinely broke privacy rules in its controversial surveillance program. according to "the washington post," the nsa exceeded its legal authority thousands of times since 2008 with unauthorized surveillance of americans or foreign targets on u.s. soil. senate judiciary chairman pat leahy says he plans to hold another hearing on the nsa surveillance program. house speaker nancy pelosi called the report, quote,
an impeached president just like the republicans. then george w. bush. they say people weren't nice to george bush so we're going to be extra mean to barack obama. and they're constantly framing their policies. now, in the irs case, there has been a really pernicious use of the irs. would be to go after political enemies. but the only person who's done that, you've seen democratic leaning groups or liberal leaning groups complaining they were audited during the bush administration including the naacp. that is closer to the nixonian model than the irs. >> we saw congressional hearings, now we find out the irs was also looking for successors to acorn. even using those cute little acorns there looking for progressive groups. anyone that looks political. what happened to all of this noise we were hearing on the hill? >> remember it was elijah cummings that pointed out some time ago if it's being nixonian it's issa. issa was limiting the amount of information coming out to paint a specific picture that he wanted painted. remember there was that back and forth between cummings and issa where cummin
a call from george w. bush and the former president said to mitt romney don't worry about the debate. you are going to do fine. i know from my own experience the president is not going to be fully prepared. this is in fact a truism. and, in president to run for re-election often you lose the first debate that they have. there are a lot of reasons. one is they haven't been spoken to for four years in the way they are about to be spoken to by their opponent traded their aides are somewhat more respectful than their opponents on the debate stage. second, they think they're prepared because they have dealing with these issues and they don't feel like they need to freshen up three of he didn't have a good mock debate in his mock debates were from mediocre to really bad. the day of the debate i ran into one of his people in the morning in denver who said what do you think? this person said i'm really worried trade i don't think he's ready for tonight and i'm worried about what is going to happen. as a result of that the stakes were a lot higher in later debates and there was a great moment when
from former president george w. bush relieving a statement as we look there at the martin family there under that umbrella as they all assemble. this is from president bush. our country has come a long way since that bright afternoon 50 years ago, yet our journey to justice is not flel comrooet. just to the ea complete. there are on the national mall our president whose story reflects the promise of america will help us honor the man who inspired millions to redeem that promise. president bush refers to the promise of america that is reflected in president obama. when we think about that, how significant does that weigh on this presidency that basically barack obama really personifies, comes to life as the dream of mlk? >> good for george w. bush. i thought it was a nice statement. i'm not going to question that. but to say this. at least back in 1939 when marion anderson had to sing here, "my country 'tis of thee" rather than the constitution hall they said the reason because she was black. at least they were honest back then. today in american politics you have donald trump who
. >> and there were some statements released. although i have to say, karen, probably the best one was george w. bush saying our country has come a long way since then, yet our journey of justice is not complete. just to the east of the lincoln memorial where he will speak, there on the national mall, our president, whose story reflects the promise of america will help us more the man who inspired millions to redeem that promise. george w. bush said that. >> he understood statesmanship. what was happening yesterday was an american moment. not a democratic or a republican moment. it was a very important moment in the history of this country to mark it. we know a lot of people who had been there in 1963 will never be there again. what a historic moment to see the people together celebrating progress and looking to the future, and to say, essentially by not showing up, it is not that important, as a moment in american history. >> well, i think they will have a harder time making the sale. karen finney and jonathan capehart, thank you for joining us. >>> coming up, what the fbi thought of the march on wa
that was invited had a scheduling conflict except former president george w. bush. the former president is recovering from a procedure to clear a blocked artery. so organizers invited his brother, former governor jeb bush, who also then declined. house speaker john boehner couldn't attend because he is on a 35-day bus tour for incumbent members. house republican majority member eric cantor declined because he was in north dakota touring agriculture businesses. john mccain also declined because he had public events in arizona. michael steele, the first black republican lieutenant governor of maryland and a national committee chair assessed the situation in the pages of "the washington post." he said it is part of a continuing narrative that the party finds itself in with these big deals from the minorities around the country and how they receive our response to them. in other words, you can't make the sale if you don't show up. joining me now, karen finney, and jonathan capehart. i would say it is a magical moment on the mall, in some ways, disheartening, no leadership from the republica
to this conversation. this morning, former president george w. bush was asked on fox news about the decision president obama faces. he wouldn't weigh in directly but says the u.s. can't ignore what's going on in other parts of the world. >> as time passes, people forget the lessons of september 11. one of the key lessons is the human condition elsewhere matters to the security of the united states. >> as all of this is going on, the civil war continues in syria. this morning, measuwe're gettin details about a new attack. this video may be disturbing. syrian activists say this a tack took place on monday. they say a government plane attacked a school with a substance-like napalm. the images show no blood, just burns over 50, sometimes 80% of student's bodies. rebels say ten people were killed and dozens more were injured. with me now, rhode island democratic senator jack reed. he has also served as an army ranger. thank you for taking the time. i want to start with the news from britain yesterday. and the rejection of preliminary vote on support for a strike. how big a deal is this as it comes to -- or
, making the world a little more progressive. >>> from george w. bush's mountain bike to the very important tim scott, here are today's "top lines." there's poison in the well. >> the well of public opinion was well and truly poisoned by the iraq episode. >> i wish i was a teenager so i could be out on my mountain bike today. >> we need to understand the public skepticism. >> it's not trite. do you look fantastic. >> where did you get this jacket? >> from the network. >> i know you're trying to subtly rope me into the issues of the day. i refuse to be roped in. >> not getting drawn into a long conflict. >> putting our military into harm's way is a tough decision the president will make. >> there are some who feel like the conditions are such that they can attack us there. my answer is bring them on. >> kind of an enjoyable switch for obama. now sec start a war that are the next president will be stuck with. >> the speech the president gave today is it an example of why there's no credibility to his right wing critics. >> i can't imagine what they're thinking. >> he is a moderate. is he a pr
. >> reporter: then another future president calls. >> george bush is on the phone. >> hello? hello. >> mr. president? >> reporter: that's h.w. bush. he had seen the speech too. >> i really was proud of you. my golly, i know it was tough. i just wanted to tell you that. >> reporter: this time nixon sounds anxious to wrap up. >> this is going to come through good. >> okay. >> a lot of people are rooting for you. >> all right, boy. good of you to call. >> reporter: the tapes would spell the end of nixon in office, despite what ronald reagan said when they wrapped up that night. >> it's damn nice of you to call. >> this too shall pass. >> reporter: it did not. john donvan, abc news, washington. >> it did not indeed. >>> a woman takes a bite out of ♪ [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be great if all devices had backup power? the chevrolet volt does. it's ingeniously designed to seamlessly switch from electricity to gas to extend your driving range. no wonder volt is america's best-selling plug-in. that's american ingenuity to find new roads. ♪ the 2013 volt. charge ahead of the rest in the ho
feels like this is an echo of the iraq war issue under president george w. bush. he says "in a way, yes. then, too, the americans and their allies asked for inspections. then, too, they said, forget it. we have enough evidence on our own to act. we are the world police." only last march" he says "the west was satisfied with inspections concerning the use of chemical weapons. why can't they wait again now? in one month when you have accurate tissue samples, we will know for sure exactly what kind of chemical weapons have been used and who possesses such weapons." he's asked of the difference between president obama on this issue and the lead-up to the iraq war. hans blix said president obama some time ago talked about international legality. i was heartened by that. i feel the politics of the moment are pushing him in a direction we've seen before in the united states." "if the aim is to stop the breach of international law and to keep the lid on others with chemical weapons, military action without first waiting for the u.n. inspector report is not the way to go about it." if you have e
kidnapper. their details next. >>> when george w. bush went under the knife to clear a heart artery, it shocked many. here's this week's american journey. >> reporter: george w. bush has been regarded by many as the most fit president ever. mountain bikes, swimming, golfing, weight lifting, and laboring on his ranch. he was found in excellent health with no history of diabetes or hypertension and low to very low coronary artery disease risk. so when physicians found a heart blockage and inserted a stent to reopen an artery, some people may have been stunned but not dr. baron lerner. >> i think it is an instructive case that people should go to the doctor and not just assume because they exercise a lot they don't necessarily have a heart problem. >> reporter: he wrote a book called "when illness goes public." when celebrities get ill, this is what happens. public reaction rises sharply. betty ford first disclosed she had breast cancer, the number of screenings rose. when katie couric's husband died of prostate cancer, screenings for that rose too. >> i think it comes out and people p
is to put us at an advantage and that is not an accurate statement. >> george bush kept a people on the cards. he got rid of virtually the entire top leadership of al-qaeda with the exception of osama bin laden who eventually was caught. >> now we agree. bring bush back. >> i don't see this as partisan. i am not making it partisan. >> you keep talking about the two presidents and this is america. if a come play sen see is our biggest enemy we should work together and say, look, do you trust the government, or do you not? skepticism is healthy in a democracy. every bit of skepticism they got today and for the administration was the same as the bush administration. i think that is probably a good thing. >> doesn't decimate mean you destroy everything but one-10th of one percent? >> i am not sure of the exact definition. >> can you get back to me 1234* we are talking talking about al-qaeda being decimated. >> there should be no doubt. today america is stronger and al-qaeda is on the path to defeat. we decimated al-qaeda's leadership. >> al-qaeda is on the path to defeat and bin lade
working in intelligence while serving in the air force. former president george w. bush appointed him as a member of the cia in 2006. his mission was to strengthen information gathering capabilities. hayden oversaw the controversial surveillance of domestic communication carried out without warrants. snowden's case he said is very different from any other information leak in the past. >> it's not a glass of water or a bucket of water or a cup of water. that's bad enough. what snowden revealed is what i call the plumbing. he revealed how it isry acquire information and the sources and the methods we use to go out and get this data for the safety and for the liberty of american citizens. >> snowden first took refuge in hong kong before flying to moscow. he suspects that snowden may have leaked confidential information to officials in china and russia. >> i do know both the chinese and the russian services are sophisticated. and therefore i have every expectation that we will be using all the tools available to them if they thought that in these computers or thumb drives or disks or what
soldiers in the field. wow. also in the "washington post" today, michael gershon, a former george w. bush speech write are says cruz views this as the last stand against obama care, a conservative alamo instead, it would be a little bighorn. cruz bids to become a custer for our time, an actual shutdown of the government the only realistic outcome of his strategy would work for conservatives only if voters blamed it on obama's intransigence. >>> joining us now david corn of mother jones and sam stein with the huffington post. sam, what probably brought this to a head? what finally got people like gershon and krauthammer and others i singled out there over the prairie to say we'd better be careful. if cruz gets control of the opposition here of the republican party, we may be in trouble. >> i think it was the sheer overtness of it. it wasn't as if he was trying to set the stage for a government shutdown. he was sort of actively courting it. and when you're trying to shut down the government, you shouldn't be the one who says let's do it. that's what has convinced republicans this is a stupi
guantanamo?se >> george w. bush wanted to close it. we are spending hundreds of millions of dollars for nothing. people who are a threat to us, they bring us into the federal courts. there we have maximum-security prisons from which they would never escape. everything look like i know ther, legislation has passed. . voted against it it would make it harder for the president to close it. the sooner we close it, the better. the process has started. do you have a concrete timeline? talked to the president about this. theoes not want to leave office at guantanamo still open. people have to be realistic. the fear tohave catch a terrorist. we cannot prosecute with our federal courts. why not? and they are the best federal court in the world. we have had hundreds of convictions in our court and four or five in the military tribunals. that we arenstrate not afraid. and we a core system will use it. >> what are your plans beyond this recess? i am able to do a number of things around the state. wear a tie.ave to weig my wife and i will have five grandchildren with us in vermont. we will spoil
. and in restoration of democracy. i a couple of follow-ups.>> am curious if you see a way to close guantanamo? george w. bush wanted to close it. we are spending hundreds of millions of dollars for nothing. if we have people who are a a threat to us, they bring them into the federal courts. there we have maximum-security prisons from which they would never escape.otherwise we have something that makes it look like -- opposed to everything we stand for, to the rest of the world. i know the legislation has passed. i voted against it. it would make it harder for the president to close it. the sooner we close it, the there are 80 plus detainees cleared for release in guantanamo. concrete timeline on when they will be released? >> i know the president wants it done. to leave office with guantanamo still open. president bush did not. i think it can be done. for some reason we have this terrible fear of catching a terrorist. we can't prosecute them in federal courts. why not? we have the best federal courts in the world. so far we have had hundreds of convictions in our courts. we have had four or five in t
learned former president george w. bush had a surprise heart procedure today. >> alex rodriguez says he's fighting for his life after baseball suspends him for over 200 games. >>> today's eye-opener, your world in 90 seconds. >> i'm fighting for my life. i have to defend myself. if i don't defend myself nobody else will. >> alex rodriguez battles doping rule. >> following his 211 suspension he could be playing the rest of the season. >> rodriguez and 12 other big leaguers were punished following investigation into the performance enhancing drugs. >>> president george w. bush had a stint to open blockage in his heart. >> pennsylvania man fired up to 10 shots at a town hall meeting killing three people. >> spectaculared gunman tackled by someone at the meeting. he's now in police custody. >> u.s. state department ordered the evacuation of all nonmerge government workers from yemen due to threats. >> intercepted electronic communication prompted closure of nearly two dozen diplomatic posts. >> the message from al zawahiri said do something, do it big. >> trial for ft. hood shooter major ha
. cbs news. >> former president george w bush is recovering in a dallas hospital after under going a heart related procedure. doctors discovered. a bush spokes person says there were no complications and the 67-year-old should go home tomorrow. >> bright news for us. and brian is here . still cool out there. >> getting less gloomy in the weather department. still plenty of clouds out there. little slower to burn off today. that's why santa rosa is 13 degrees below average for this time of the year. kind of almost have to pinch yourself to remind yourself it's august. supposed to be in the throws of summer and deep freeze. mid to high level clouds out there on the east bay shore line. more sun in san francisco than at the east bay shore. 67 degrees. oakland's at 59. san jose has warmed to 67. san jose will top out 6 degrees warmer. the winds are bringing low clouds on shore and hugging the coastline. out of the west. and up in fairfield, gusts pretty good coming out of the southwest at 24 miles an hour. calm winds in santa rosa. here's what we're looking for. continuation of the coo
george w. bush is resting in texas hospital after having unplanned surgery to open a blocked artery to his heart. abc7 news reporter joins us to discuss it. >> former president bush had the surgery this morning two re-open the artery using that is called a stent, a wire tube inserted in the blockage and inflated by a balloon to re-open the passage. the block average was discovered during a test during a routine physical yesterday. "good morning america" has their medical editor explain it. >> it allows blood to glow influence the area that was obstructed. sometimes those will close off again. during the period that tube is open, it allows blood and oxygen to get to the heart muscle. >> the president did not show symptoms and will be out of the hospital tomorrow and back do his normal schedule on thursday. ironically he was one of the most physically active presidents, avid runner and bicyclist and hosts an annual 100 kilometer bicycle ride for wounded troops. former presidents get good health care but for the average person with no history of heart disease the doctor says a stress t
emprendedores son los soÑadores, los que van a crear empleo. >>> se encuentra en recuperaciÓn george w bush, lo operaron luego que horas antes le encontraron un bloqueo en una arteria, regresa maÑana a su casa. >>> bush no es el Único expresidente de estados unidos que ha sufrido problemas del corazÓn, quienes son otros mandatarios con el corazÓn roto en u videos. com. >>> dentro de pocos meses entra en vigor la ley de salud del obama care, muchos se preguntan quiens son elegibles, juan carlos gonzÁlez trae respuestas y entre ellas quienes podrÁn recibir ayuda del gobierno para comprar un seguro mÉdico. >>> faltan cuatro meses para que entre en vigor el obama ca re y sigue la polÉmica. >>> muchas preguntas con respuestas poco claras ¿quienes deberÁn obtener un seguro mÉdico?. >>> todas las personas que viven aquÍ. >>> ¿de los residentes e indocumentados?. >>> las personas que tienen la residencia por menos de cinco aÑos no califican, no tienen documentos legales para estar en este paÍs. >>> si cree que no gana lo suficiente para comprar un seguro mÉdico el gobierno dice que no d
they've identified around half a dozen other suspects. >>> former president george w. bush is expected to go home today after doctors successfully implanted a stent tuesday to open up a blocked artery in his heart. a stent is essentially scaffolding placed into an artery, which restores blood flow and prevents a heart attack. the news caught many off guard because the 67-year-old is known for maintaining a exercise regimen. wish him luck. >>> the accused ft. hood shooter acting like his own attorney. major nidal hasan said the evidence will clearly show he is the shooter, but he said the evidence will not tell the entire story. prosecutors say the army psychiatrist carefully planned the attack on his fellow troops, but spared civilians in 2009. >>> the son of r & b singer usher is in intensive care following a freak accident in a swimming pool. the 5-year-old's arm got stuck in a drain at the bottom of the pool you see there. he was given cpr by a contractor working in the home. police say he was conscious and alert when firefighters arrived. now usher's ex-wife is reportedly seeking c
in production. >> former president george w. bush expects to leave hospital after a stent was inserted to clear a clogged artery. territories revealed the blockage during his annual checkup. the 43rd president plans do resume the normal schedule tomorrow. >> small victory reversing decades of increases in the number of obese american children. the centers for disease control found from 2008 to 2011, obesity among low on-- low-income preschoolers dropped. in california it dropped by half a percent from 17.3 percent to 16.8 percent. the centers for disease control credits the drop to better education of fitness and nutrition. >> hot chocolate could be more than just a sweet way to. what up a cool evening, it could help some us stay sharp. researchers had a group of 70-year-olds drink two cups a day for 30 days and by the end of the period a third of the study did better on memory tests. scientists say chocolate is rich in antioxidants and caffeine and it can improve blood flow to the brain and limit mental decline. >> we following breaking news in oakland where gunfire leaves two people dead incl
on land. the contractor is doing it for free. >> former president george w. bush is out of the hospital after a heart procedure. doctors released the 67-year-old this morning after inserting a stent to clear a clogged artery yesterday discovered during a routine physical. hospital officials say the 43rd president is doing great at home and the younger bush plans to resume his normal schedule tomorrow. >> new this morning, president obama canceled a planned meeting with russian president putin in now next month. tensions have escalated between the two countries over russia's decision to grant temporary asylum to edward snowden the man who leaked classified n.s.a. documents. the white house says that president obama still plans to attend the group of 20 economic countries, world economic leaders but does not have plans it meet with putin one-on-one. >> now, to an abc7 news exclusive, the only survivor of the arizona wildfire that killed 19 firefighters in june is speaking out for the first time. the 21-year-old was seven as a lookout for the hot shot team. at first he said the fire northw
in richmond. >> george w. bush is back hem tonight. the 67-year-old former president left the hospital this morning a day after doctors inserted a stent to clear a clogged artery in his heart. officials say he is doing just great at home and he is quiteoyw physically active. >> still to come how facebook news feed posts are becoming a popularity contest. >> hollywood break upturned into a custody battle over a baby conceived through artificial insemination. why the father took his plea to lawmaker autos life on the roof of the broadcast center summer micro climates about to make a return. >> sandhya, thank you. you've heard having the memory of an elephant? that could be replaced by the memory of a dolphin. one of the mammals scored big >>> take a look at this before and after video that. house where treated and released women were held captive and raped more than a decade. it has been torn down. it's destruction part of the kidnapper's plea deal. one women imprisoned there released balloons into the air to honor missing children who have never been n found. she and two others escaped
. >> driving off on the jet ski. >>> time for a look ahead. a spokesman for george w. bush says he plans to return to his normal schedule today. he was released from a dallas hospital on wednesday after undergoing surgery to place a stint in a blocked heart artery. >>> the national oceanic and atmospheric administration released an updated forecast for the 2013 atlantic hurricane season. and also happy birthday to roger federer who turns 32. connie stevens, 75. and oscar winner dustin hoffman turns 76. >>> keep . >>> we are following breaking news a. shooting rampage in the dallas area involving at least two different locations. we're learning children are among the victims. we'll have all the datest details next. >>> the head of one south bay school district under scrutiny accused of skroewing test resul. >>> a library sitting without any books. it could stay that way for some time. what's stopping one south bay city for opening its newest library. >>> let's take a camera shot outside. this is a live look. attempting in the darkness to see your golden gate bridge. want to talk about smo
of freedom in 2006 from president george w. bush. have you been knighted here in the u.k.? >> guest: oh, no. no. because i don't like the honor system in this country, so i don't have anything to do with it. >> host: why don't you like it? >> guest: well, i think it's corrupt. i mean, that some at a higher level. so whereas in america it isn't, so that's okay. >> host: your book, "modern times," which is about the history of the world, you write the first line from that book is: the modern world began on 29, may, 1919. what happened on 29, may, 1919? >> guest: that was when we first became aware of the nature and the consequences of einstein's general theory of relativity. this he had worked on and written about two or three years before during the war, but during the war we hadn't been able to verify it. it was then verified after the, when the peace came and proved shown to be pretty accurate. and then it was announced at the royal society this london on the date you have just mentioned. so that's when, at any rate, among the cognizant, among the intellectuals and the scientific community
george w. bush took a whopping 50 trips to his texas ranch, totalling 323 days in the same time period. >>> that's going to do it for your morning dish scrambled politics. >>> here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. how many vacation days for you? >> 43 if i'm lucky. >>> let's talk about what's going on out there with the weather. over the weekend, got drenched in the southeast. the big story, all of the pictures of that devastating fire in idaho, that's where it's located there, just north of the fairfield area. idaho has definitely been one of the bull's eye points. yesterday, it was 97 in boise. 90 in billings. 98 in denver. lot of the heat that's in the west is now going to head east, after another cool weekend. it looks like temperatures are going to soar this weekend. back where they should be. the exception this week will be the southeast, still kind of rainy, and it's been rainy for a while. as far as the forecast, we're going to call for two to three inches of rain there. erin dissipated over the weekend. your forecast for monday, carry your umbrellas from d.c. all of the way do
clinton beat george hw bush to get the presidency. rough night for big daddy cain, look a line drive from gabby sanchez. cain would leave, but the rays were negative. the pirates blew it open. sanchez with the two-run ground rule double, pittsburgh scored seven in tinning and the pirates win 10-5. i have the thursday night top five. at number five, we were in kansas city last week, but i tell you, i didn't see any catches like this. the royals alex gordon makes it, but chicago won the game 4- 3. at number four, brian wilson now bleeding dodger blue, finished la off 6-0 against miami. that picture, lee, who played all nine positions in san rafael last night. number two, these guys in oregon, three of them, this time including somebody on a roller skate and a person in a gorilla suit. but this washington state cheer leader did a black flip and threw the ball from three quarters court and look. oh man. unbelievable. i do like the guys in the swimming pool. they know they are going national now. they will be in the top five tomorrow night. be right back. i want you to know stuff i don't. i wa
under two different presidents. spotty and then had the good fortune to return again with george w. bush when he became president in 2001. so two presidents for that dog. however, the most famous by far of all the dogs in the white house is fala, the scottish terrier. mgm even made a movie about him called fala at hyde park in technicolor. it's over near the tidal basin. and that's something for sunny, of course, to aspire to. look at that big dog. that's "hardball" for now. coming up, "your business" with j.j. ramberg. without saying a word... if you have yet to master the quiet sneeze... you stash tissues like a squirrel stashes nuts... well muddlers, muddle no more. try zyrtec®. it gives you powerful allergy relief. and zyrtec® is different than claritin® because zyrtec® starts working at hour one on the first day you take it. claritin® doesn't start working until hour three. zyrtec®. love the air. ♪ now you can give yourself a kick in the rear! v8 v-fusion plus energy. natural energy from green tea plus fruits and veggies. need a little kick? ooh! could've had a v8. in the ju
. this goes back to the presidency of george bush. we heard a lot of the same -- it's almost the exact same sort of scenario. you had some people on the far left in congress talking about impeaching president bush. and you had the leaders of their parties saying, we're not really interested in that. that's a side show, a side track. but for republicans it seems to be a fever dream they can't shake, that they really want to impeach this president. it seems odd, there's certainly one way to get rid of a president who's unpopular and incompetent. that's through an election. and i think obviously, that ship has sailed. >> and andy, you know, just to touch upon that if you could follow up on that, prior to the recent election, the gop way to go forward was to try to defeat him in this election, in fact some of them said it was their soul priority. we know that didn't happen. what should we be doing to making sure they are making gains in 2014 and 2016. is this the way to win elections? >> no, it's not, mara. i think the impeachment story is overblown. everybody is out of town. there's no real ne
of photographs taken over four weekends in 1989 when george bush's father was president. 1989. long island. two of the people photographed. the red and mohammad. you remember them a minute. they are photographed over four weekends. they followed them. okay. of the men photographed, there. okay. trained by ali. the guy i told you. the spy. you see the surveillance picture. three of them were convicted eventually in the world trade center. two were convicted in the plot to blow up the bridges and tonal manhattan. one killed the rabbi who was this famous rabbi murdered in midtown marriott hotel in 1990, november, who was the first blood spilled by al qaeda on american soil. and all of them who were trained by ali in a cell funded directly by bin laden. i put it in my first book "thousand years for revenge." it was dominate bid the fly and shake. who was the prince of jihad. when i finish this today. he's going to be -- he's as hot as he's been ever. he's the guy behind -- he inspired the benghazi attack. the hostage incident in algeria in jan. the guy that got morsi elected in egypt of the muslim
national security official under george w. bush and barack obama. what are the opsuns given the military has made it alert the chemical weapons are not acceptable. >> well, there are a brood range of messages. if you just want to make it clears after you are finished that it is not a good idea to do it again. so the mission objective determines all of this. but you are not going to attack the chemical weapons themselves because that is too dangerous. so that means in my view, you have a range of military targets that you could strike. air bases, ground basis. air forces. aircraft on the ground and ground force units. >> do you strike women this missiles, bombers, something more -- even closer to the targets? >> i think you want to do them in a way that minimizes the risk to your forces, so i think b2 bombers which are generally well out of reach of air defenses and cruise missiles as well. >> the military says it is a target-rich environment, i assume? >> i think there are a range of targets you could go after, but a key goal of this operation too will be not to cause civilian casualties
a law against insulting authorities. >>> paintings, george w. bush has been the subject of paintings. he's taken to actually doing the painting. the latest release from w's gallery comes to us via the hacker that comes from guccifer. first work. two dogs on the grassy knoll. his art teacher has reportedly said that president bush painted more than 50 dogs. as for the second portrait, this may be the beginning of a feline period. will cats be a new fascination for bush? probably we'll keep on john meachem's job to stay up on these things. we'll check back with him on that. >>> now to the new batman/superman movie isn't due out until the summer of 2015. it isn't stopping the buzz. brian cranston and ben affleck will be in the move. they used 20 sources to create a mock trailer. take a look. >> look at you. what have you got in your lifetime? nothing. nobody. oh, wait, yes. >> as much as i want to focus on cleaning up the attack, the protection of our citizens will always come first. >> i do things other people can't. >> that doesn't mean i'm your enemy. >> death doesn't discriminate. it co
. >>> former president george w. bush is home following a heart procedure on tuesday. a spokesman says he's doing great and that he plans to return to a normal schedule today. doctors inserted a stent in one of bush's arteries. they discovered a blockage on monday during a regular checkup. >>> coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," jim nantz with a preview of the pga championship. i'm alexis christoforous. this is the "cbs morning news." christoforous. this is the "cbs morning news." with new all natural lean cuisine honestly good. it's frozen like you've never seen. they've stripped down to only natural ingredients. why? what were you thinking? new lean cuisine honestly good. in the natural frozen meals section. new lean cuisine honestly good. >>> 4 minutes before 5:00 on this thursday morning. it is steamy. marty is over at first warning weather. >> don't forget it's a purple thursday. >> it is that. >> pretty gray sdie skies right now. not too concerned about morning showers. from 11:00 on rain, maybe heavy at times. the low 70s now. 83 at lunch going to a high in the
president george w. bush had a surprise heart procedure today. >> alex rodriguez says he's fighting for his life after baseball suspends him for over 200 games. >>> today's eye-opener, your world in 90 seconds. >> i'm fighting for my life. i have to defend myself. if i don't defend myself
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